Annotation details (ID: 4150)

Experiment ID: 535

Field Description
namedeciphering the complex interplay between microbiota, hpv, inflammation and cancer through cervicovaginal metabolic profiling
sraprjna518153
doihttps://doi.org/10.1016/j.ebiom.2019.04.028
datamd5664052bd3b6160d437317463fda9869e
mapmd514ecb5f6aca60ae26937360b66313a71

Annotations Details

Exp. ID User ID Description Date Region Flag Sequences
535amnonhcommon in adult vaginal samples with cervical dysplasia (common homo sapiens, vagina, female, adult, united states of america, phoenix, state of arizona, dysplasia of cervix)2019-07-25v4No11
Field Description
descriptionhcommon in adult vaginal samples with cervical dysplasia
typecommon
num_sequences11
regionv4
flags0
agentcalour
methodna
date2019-07-25
usernameamnon
privaten
allhomo sapiens
allvagina
allfemale
alladult
allunited states of america
allphoenix
allstate of arizona
alldysplasia of cervix

Sequences

Ontology terms (including parents)

all: sex deuterostomia vertebrata euarchontoglires north america bilateria organism part teleostomi vagina chordata primates craniata geographic location experimental factor disposition adult independent continuant gnathostomata reproductive system disease disease of genitourinary system phoenix homo sapiens mammalia na sarcopterygii tetrapoda homininae hominoidea entity state of arizona organism euteleostomi boreoeutheria amniota mesoderm-derived structure haplorrhini dysplasia of cervix developmental stage female material anatomical entity eumetazoa hominidae anatomical structure catarrhini material entity simiiformes region (contiguous united states of america) quality material property homo contiguous united states of america anatomy basic component anatomical entity eutheria root west region cellular organisms eukaryota populated place, contiguous united states of america continuant process theria continent metazoa disease united states of america mountain division opisthokonta dipnotetrapodomorpha

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